Coronavirus (COVID-19): getting tested in Scotland

Guidance on coronavirus testing, including who is eligible for a test, how to get tested and the different types of test available.

The Full Guidance is available here

Drive-through testing sites
Testing under the UK programme in Scotland is currently conducted in drive-through sites operating at:

Glasgow Airport
Edinburgh Airport
Aberdeen Airport
Prestwick Airport
Inverness – University of the Highlands and Islands campus
Dundee – Dudhope Castle
There are also a number of mobile testing units which will be located in towns across Scotland for short periods each time.

Walk-through testing sites
You may be able to access testing via a walk-through testing site. You should walk or cycle to this site and avoid travelling by public transport or taxi.

You can book an appointment via the usual booking process. We have walk-through test sites in:

Aberdeen (Roy Strathdee Building)
Arbroath (Bruce House car park)
Cumbernauld (Fleming House car park)
Dundee (Park Place car park)
East Kilbride (Red Deer Centre)
Edinburgh central (Usher Hall)
Edinburgh north (Leith Library)
Edinburgh west (Gate 55, Sighthill)
Elgin (Lossie Green car park)
Glasgow central (Glasgow Caledonian ARC)
Glasgow east (Easterhouse Sports Centre)
Glasgow south (St Francis Centre)
Glasgow west (Riverside Museum car park)
Hamilton (Eddlewood Public Hall)
Inverclyde (Crawfurds Burn Community Centre)
Inverness (Highland Council HQ rear car park)
Kilmarnock (Grand Hall)
Oban (Mossfield car park)
Perth (Thimblerow car park)
St Andrews (Victoria Memorial Hall)
Stirling (Forthside Way, next to The Engine Shed)
West Dunbartonshire (Napier Hall)